A woodlouse (plural woodlice), also known by many common names (see below)
, is an isopod crustacean with a rigid, segmented, long exoskeleton and ...
May 19, 2010 ... British woodlice herbivores (plant-eaters) and generally eat dead or decaying
vegetation. We have one species that lives on the seashore and ...
Jan 25, 2012 ... But I came face to face with a cooked woodlouse recently when we made a
woodlandsTV .... Woodlice are therefore a far superior survival food.
Jan 2, 2010 ... Eating Woodlice! Give them a try, they taste like prawns. NaturalBushcraft is a
non-commercial organisation of friends sharing the knowledge ...
An introduction to keeping woodlice for study and as pets. ... presence in a house
has been considered as unlucky and any food they walked over as poisoned.
I give no guarantees on the safety or suitablility of woodlice for consumption. If
you use these ... These recipes have been provided by a "Wild Foods" enthusiast.
I was thinking of starting a woodlice culture, and I noticed that a lot of the how-to
guides recommend carrot/potato peelings (which is no ...
Mar 22, 2010 ... Why not eat insects? Potted Woodlice.... 1. I can understand washing salad to get
rid of mud and grit, a none too pleasant texture on a crisp leaf, ...
Aug 23, 2007 ... Woodlice eat mostly decaying plant matter, but they can survive on paper if need
be. NotGeoffrey ... woodlice? Perhaps I can start a food chain.
Woodlice like dark and damp places, so keep your strawberry plants tidy by
cutting off dead leaves and remove anything nearby that they can hide and